Here is a practical guide to understanding and transforming conflict based on biblical and Anabaptist principles. Over 20 noted authors shaped by many experiences and cultures tell of lessons taught by walking conflict's holy ground. Some insights will be familiar, some new -- and some able to trigger new conflict!
Study questions continue the conversation begun in each of 17 chapters and will help highlight the common ground as well as differences readers may have with authors and each other.
Making Peace with Conflict, edited by Carolyn Schrock-Shenk and Lawrence Ressler, is a project of Mennonite Conciliation Service, a program of Mennonite Central Committee U.S.